Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic announced that the barricades that were the cause of tension with Kosovo will be removed tomorrow.
Vucic, who met the Kosovo Serbs at the Raska barracks near Serbia’s border with Kosovo, made a statement after the meeting.
Expressing that they had a very difficult night and meeting, Vucic said, “I asked the Kosovo Serbs to remove the barriers. I wanted peace and quiet to continue. I listened to everyone. I believe the promises will be kept.”
The feeling of insecurity among Kosovo Serbs continues, Vucic stated, “The barricades will be removed before noon on Thursday. This is not a 2 hour job. It may take 24, maybe 48 hours, but the barricades will be removed.” He said.
In assessing the possibility of Kosovo Serbs being detained after the barriers are removed, Vucic said: “In such a case, they stated that they would erect the barriers, and they would never be raised again.” Use his statements.
On the other hand, the European Union and the United States issued a joint statement after the arrest of former Serbian police officer Dejan Pantec, who caused tensions between Kosovo and Serbia today, was transferred to house arrest.
Petar Petković, director of the Kosovo office of the Serbian government, who met with Vucic after the EU-USA declaration, stated that they had received guarantees from the EU and the US that Kosovo Serb demands would be met.
Petković stated that they have learned from the European Union and the United States that there is no list for the arrest or deportation of Serbs at the barricades, and he said that according to the existing agreements for the Kosovo Security Force to go to northern Kosovo, the NATO peacekeeping forces force in Kosovo (KFOR) He also indicated that he A statement was made about the necessity of obtaining the consent of his commander.
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